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Pooh's Heffalump Movie (2005)

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $18,098,433Details
International Box Office $37,588,511
Worldwide Box Office $55,686,944
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  1. Summary
  2. News
  3. Box Office
  4. Video Sales
  5. Full Financials
  6. Cast & Crew
  7. Trailer

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics Certified FreshAudience Upright
Critics
79% - Certified Fresh
Audience
69% - Upright

Latest Ranking on Cumulative Box Office Lists


Movie Details

Production Budget:$20,000,000
Domestic Releases: February 11th, 2005 (Wide) by Walt Disney
Video Release: May 24th, 2005 by Walt Disney Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: G
Franchise: Winnie the Pooh
Comparisons: vs. The Tigger Movie
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Source:Based on Fiction Book/Short Story
Genre:Adventure
Production Method:Hand Animation
Creative Type:Kids Fiction
Production Countries: United States

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

RecordRankRevenueChart
Date
Days In
Release
Biggest 9th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 3,372 $30,424 Apr 8, 2005 59
Biggest 8th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 3,074 $71,364 Apr 1, 2005 52
Biggest 7th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 3,799 $54,535 Mar 25, 2005 45
Biggest 6th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 3,636 $117,078 Mar 18, 2005 38
Biggest 5th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 3,360 $299,795 Mar 11, 2005 31
Biggest 4th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 3,092 $844,649 Mar 4, 2005 24
Biggest 3rd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 2,813 $2,096,013 Feb 25, 2005 17
Biggest 2nd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 2,488 $4,127,699 Feb 18, 2005 10
Biggest Opening Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 2,693 $5,805,559 Feb 11, 2005 3
Widest Opening Weekend 1,514 2,529 Feb 11, 2005 3

Cast

Brenda Blethyn    Mama Heffalump
Jim Cummings    Winnie the Pooh/Tigger
David Ogden Stiers    Narrator

Charlie Appeals to the Sweet-tooth in its International Debut

July 24th, 2005

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory opened in three French speaking markets over the weekend and while it didn't finish first, it still had a great start. In France the film earned $3,741,793 in 670 theaters for the best per theater average in the top ten. The result was similar in Belgium ($250,000) and Switzerland ($190,000), giving the film $4.2 million for the weekend. More...

The Smiths' Honeymoon in Asia Continues

July 17th, 2005

Mr. and Mrs. Smith continues its excellent run in Asia with a $2.2 million opening in 450 theatres in China. The film also added $1.8 million in South Korea for an $18 million running total in that market, (although it was pushed out of the top spot in that market. Overall the film made $4 million pushing its total to $117 million internationally and $275 million worldwide. More...

Competition Crumbles under Alien Invasion

July 10th, 2005

With the last of this summer's worldwide releases opening last weekend, the international details are once again dominated by smaller films. And to compound matters, most of those are only making noise in one of two markets. However, over the next few weeks there are plenty of big films opening in big markets and the International Details column should start showing signs of life soon. More...

Few Films Open ahead of War's Worldwide Debut

July 3rd, 2005

Summer blockbusters continue to squeeze out the competition, so much so that the only real news is about such blockbusters. For instance, War of the Worlds managed $13.35 million during its first day of release on the international scene, which is good, but below expectations. On the other hand, Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith broke another record earning $4.96 million during its preview in Japan. More...

Slump Spreads Internationally

June 26th, 2005

The international box office is suffering even more than the domestic box office is. In Germany the first six months of 2005 are down 14% compared to the same period in 2004 and Australia also saw double digit decline slipping by 12%. In Spain the total box office is down 8% and it was little better in France at 6%. The U.K. also fell, but at a much more reasonably 1.9%. More...

DVD Releases for May 24, 2005

May 23rd, 2005

Every week films get a second chance at success from the home market; or, in some cases, a first chance at success. Here is a list of wide releases, limited releases, classics and a few from the growing TV on DVD section. It's another great week with several great choices, NewsRadio - The Complete First & Second Seasons - Buy from Amazon and The Job - The Complete Series - Buy from Amazon, for instance. The Aviator - Buy from Amazon will please most people, it just left me cold while Chappelle's Show - Season 2 - Uncensored - Buy from Amazon will please many, and offend even more. More...

Slow Dancing to $100 million

May 8th, 2005

Golden Week helped Shall We Dance? climb 19% to $2,250,195 for the weekend and $7,270,348 during its run. The film now has $90.3 million internationally and could break $100 million if it continues to show strong legs in Japan. More...

International: Constantine Continues to Climb

May 1st, 2005

It was a good news, bad news kind of weekend for Constantine. The film remained in top spot in Japan with $2,330,027 on 349 screens for a $9,011,671 running tally in the market. Bad news, it dropped 37% during its second weekend in the market, which is really steep for Japan. Overall the film brought in $3 million on 1,200 screens in 40 markets for a international box office of $136.4 million. More...

Hitch still Connecting with Moviegoers

April 24th, 2005

Hitch is just coasting on holdovers now, and will be until it opens in Japan at the beginning of June. This week it added $5.1 million from 3000 screens in 55 markets to its already impressive $170.4 million international total and with soft week to week drop-offs and a good showing in Japan and it will have a $200 million future. This week the film added $643,359 in its fifth weekend in France for a $12,785,670 total in the market, $110,000 in its second weekend in Argentina, (rising to first place in the meantime) as well as other, smaller markets. More...

International Box Office Busier than Weekend Before

April 17th, 2005

The Pacifier finally debut across Australia after playing in Queensland and Victoria for the past two weeks; the massive expansion allowed the film to climb to first place with $1.125 million on 267 screens. That lifted its total in the market to $3.41 million so far and the film should have strong legs. Add to that its $1.75 million opening in Spain and $590,000 in Belgium and the film managed $4.1 million over the weekend, which doubled its early total to $8.1 million. More...

Cool Reception

April 10th, 2005

It was a slow week at the international box office, the slowest of the year, and without much activity at the box office hit there were little in the way of details published by the studios. Therefore this week's column is much shorter than usual. Leading the best of the rest was Be Cool with an estimated $5 million for a disappointing $12.7 million international tally. Its best single market was the U.K. where the film finished second with $2.2 million on 336 screens after an exclusive engagement last weekend. The film also did well in the Netherlands with $190,000 on 43 screens but really struggles in Germany opening in fifth place with just $930,000 on 321 screens, a result mirrored in Austria, (fifth place, $165,948.) More...

France's $5 Million Baby

April 3rd, 2005

Million Dollar Baby performed brilliantly this week earning $8.8 million for an international total of $60 million, placing fourth on the international box office charts. In France the film dominated the marketplace with $4.94 million on 450 screens and in Germany the film earned $760,000 in semi-limited release (120 screens) for the best per screen average in the market. On the other hand, the film flopped in Slovakia where it missed the top ten in its debut. On the holdover front, the multi-Oscar winning front saw its weekend haul climb by 20% in Spain to $980,000 and it's still doing well in Australia, Italy and South Korea. More...

Baby Still Earning Millions

March 27th, 2005

Million Dollar Baby has again slipped off the radar screen, but we do know it hit $52 million internationally, which means it made $9 million during the week. The film didn't earn $1 million in any single market, but is still doing strong in South Korea, ($970,000), Spain, ($840,000), Italy, ($600,000) and Australia, ($350,000.) Best estimate has the film earning just shy of $5 million of that over the weekend and taking sixth place on the international box office charts. More...

Baby Takes Fifth in Close Race

March 20th, 2005

After gathering in all the data the winner for the race for fifth place is Million Dollar Baby, I think. It would need to lost more than 40% from last week's total and that's not taking into account its openings in South Korea at $1,515,672 and second place, its $110,000, third place debut in Finland, $86,000 in Russia, $50,000, second place debut in Hong Kong. Unfortunately, exact weekend totals are unknown but it is estimated at $6 million raising its international total to $43 million so far. More...

The Aviator Soars Higher than Before

March 6th, 2005

The Aviator beat weekend estimates by a substantial margin leading to a $5.9 million box office on 3000 screens in 34 markets. The multi-Oscar winning movie has hit $86.2 million internationally and will cross $200 million worldwide before too long. The film dropped a spot to fifth place in South Korea with $834,660 for the week and slipped to second in Australia with $798,000. The only market the film opened it was Argentina, where it easily took top spot with $232,000. More...

Twelve Tops the Best of the Rest

February 27th, 2005

Ocean's Twelve may have dropped out of the top five, but it is still going strong with $4.5 million on 1400 screens in 35 markets for an international box office of $225.8 million so far. No new openings means the heist film had to rely on holdovers likes its $2.5 million during its third weekend in the U.K. and $1.4 million during its fifth week of release in Japan, finishing second in both those markets. More...

French Film Finishes Fifth

February 20th, 2005

Iznogoud: Calife a la place du calife, a movie based on a Asterix and Obelix spin off of sorts, dominated the French box office taking in $7.1 million, more than double the second place film and more than a third of the top ten total. It is also enough to push it into the Top Five on the international scene, dropping Finding Neverland into sixth place. Unfortunately, like the several films made in the Asterix and Obelix series, this one is unlikely to make much of an impact outside the French speaking markets. More...

Smith and Sony Feeling a Lot of Love

February 14th, 2005

Valentine's Day brought a lot of love to both Will Smith and Sony, as records were set. This led to a massive 16.6% increase from last weekend, however, the box office was down 3.6% from last year. But the latter comparison isn't completely accurate since this time last year was the President's Day Long Weekend. Year to date 2005 is up on 2004 by 9%, but before the industry starts to celebrate, 2004 got off to a very slow start before taking off mid-way through the month, so the race is far from over. More...

Hooking Up

February 11th, 2005

It's Valentine's Day weekend, sort of. Valentine's Day is actually on Monday, but I don't think that's going to stop a lot of people from seeing a date movie this weekend. With that extra boost we should have a first mega-hit of the year as romantic comedies should reign supreme. More...

Movie Websites Launches for February 4 - February 10

February 10th, 2005

During the past week promotional websites for several movies were launched and some older ones added additional content. Here the list of this week's releases, a couple of new sites and few updates, including this week's winner, The Jacket - Official Site. If you know of any new movie websites not on this list feel free to e-mail me with the details. More...

2005 Preview: February

February 1st, 2005

Just one look at February and it feels like it's a worse month than January was. Maybe it's the fact that January was stronger than expected so February's releases look weaker by comparison. Or maybe it's the lack of a massive hit like we had last year. Regardless of the reason, there's little to be enthusiastic about this month. More...

Movie Websites Launches for January 14 - January 20

January 20th, 2005

During the past week promotional websites for several movies were launched and some older ones added additional content. Here the list of this week's releases, a couple of new sites and few updates, including this week's winner, Fantastic Four - Official Site. If you know of any new movie websites not on this list feel free to e-mail me with the details. More...

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Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2005/02/11 5 $5,805,559   2,529 $2,296   $5,805,559 3
2005/02/18 9 $4,127,699 -29% 2,529 $1,632   $11,381,833 10
2005/02/25 14 $2,096,013 -49% 1,944 $1,078   $15,645,951 17
2005/03/04 18 $844,649 -60% 924 $914   $16,997,149 24
2005/03/11 26 $299,795 -65% 503 $596   $17,529,465 31
2005/03/18 37 $117,078 -61% 243 $482   $17,792,627 38
2005/03/25 55 $54,535 -53% 182 $300   $17,900,207 45
2005/04/01 40 $71,364 +31% 248 $288   $18,013,938 52
2005/04/08 56 $30,424 -57% 145 $210   $18,081,626 59

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2005/02/11 8 $1,300,000   2,529 $514   $1,300,000 1
2005/02/12 5 $2,610,768 +101% 2,529 $1,032   $3,965,430 2
2005/02/13 5 $1,840,129 -30% 2,529 $728   $5,805,559 3
2005/02/14 9 $528,000 -71% 2,529 $209   $6,333,000 4
2005/02/15 9 $295,000 -44% 2,529 $117   $6,628,000 5
2005/02/16 8 $291,000 -1% 2,529 $115   $6,919,000 6
2005/02/17 7 $335,000 +15% 2,529 $132   $7,254,000 7
2005/02/19 8 $1,845,641   2,529 $730   $9,955,209 9
2005/02/20 8 $1,426,624 -23% 2,529 $564   $11,381,833 10
2005/02/21 7 $1,196,178 -16% 2,529 $473   $12,578,011 11
2005/02/22 7 $335,000 -72% 2,529 $132   $12,913,000 12
2005/02/23 8 $326,000 -3% 2,529 $129   $13,239,000 13
2005/02/24 7 $311,000 -5% 2,529 $123   $13,550,000 14

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2005/02/11 7 $7,254,134   2,529 $2,868   $7,254,134 7
2005/02/18 8 $6,295,804 -13% 2,529 $2,489   $13,549,938 14
2005/02/25 13 $2,602,562 -59% 1,944 $1,339   $16,152,500 21
2005/03/04 18 $1,077,170 -59% 924 $1,166   $17,229,670 28
2005/03/11 26 $445,879 -59% 503 $886   $17,675,549 35
2005/03/18 38 $170,123 -62% 243 $700   $17,845,672 42
2005/03/25 50 $96,902 -43% 182 $532   $17,942,574 49
2005/04/01 37 $108,628 +12% 248 $438   $18,051,202 56
2005/04/08 55 $47,231 -57% 145 $326   $18,098,433 63

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